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new details about accused killer james holmes. jim axelrod has that as holmes prepares to appear in court. also joe paterno's iconic statue removed. armen keteyian shows the sanctions it to be imposed on the penn state football program tomorrow. >> this is captioning sponsored by cbs the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor reporting tonight from aurora, colorado. >> jeff: and good evening, everyone. the epicentre of this tragedy is the theatre behind us. but tonight the focus of the investigation and the remembrance has moved well beyond. some explosives and chemicals removed from james holmes' apartment have been destroyed though investigators saved samples that are being sent to the fbi lab in quantico, virginia. the accused killer posed with brightly died hair for a photograph is scheduled to be in court tomorrow. and president obama arrived near buckley air force face. will meet privately with families of the victims. as the immensity of the the toll here comes into focus the driving question remains, why. barry petersen begins our coverage. >> reporter: the 12 dead have now al
and chemicals removed from james holmes' apartment have been destroyed, though investigators saved samples that are being sent to the fbi lab in quantico, virginia. the accused killer and former aience student posed with brightly died hair for a rrotograph is scheduled to be in court for the first time tomorrow morning. and president obama arrived late today buckley air force base, which lost two servicemen in the shooting. he met privately with families of the victims. >> as i described, i come to them not so much as president as i do as a father and as a husband. i think that the recent stories like this have such an impact on us is because we can all understand what it would be to have somebody that we love taken from us thethis fashion. >> glor: as the immensity of the toll comes into focus, the egining question remains, why. barry petersen begins our coverage. >> reporter: the 12 dead have now all been identified. the youngest victim six-year-old veronica moser-sullivan. her mother was shot in the throat and chest and remains in critical condition. and aunt struggled in church stis mo
. his lawyers revealing james holmes was seeing a psychiatrist, even as police say he was plotting to commit mass murder. our report tonight from nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: they're being laid to rest. rebecca, a local mother of two in her own hometown. >> rebecca was full of life and light. >> reporter: matt mcquinn buried in ohio, john larry more iowa. jonathan blunk to be buried in reno. jessica ghawi in san antonio. >> you don't know how long you have here ro. >> reporter: these are days spent healing. >> i was holding on to my neck. to staunch the bleeding. >> reporter: and reflecting on what brought them to this theater at just the wrong time. a theater whose owners are now offering to pay funeral expenses for those killed. for barton and boyhood pal, it was a bicycle trip to discover america. 3,000 miles so far east to west, stopping on day 44 for just one day in aurora. movie tickets for themselves and a local pal, and then madness. >> what happened kind of is the worst part, you know, of humanity. >> reporter: as for the suspect, james holmes, his lawyer revealed he ha
james holmes mailed the package here to the university of colorado medical center in aurora. the package is said to contain details writings about, quote, killing people. >> it's an important factor in assessing whether or not he was acting deliberately planning this and thoughtfully, one step after the next. >> reporter: investigators, who continue to search holmes apartment for clues, recovered the package in the mail room at the university monday. within hours of its delivery hazmat teams evacuated the building as they removed the suspicious package. it was addressed to a professor at the university. >> people versus james holmes. >> reporter: holmes, who appeared in court monday, is in solitary confinement, where according to police officials he remains uncooperative. in washington today, the director of the counter-terrorism center told the house committee they believe holmes acted alone. >> while there's no suggestion that the shooting last week in colorado was connected to international terrorism, the attack is a tragic reminder that a lone, calculating shooter can inflict devasta
of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others in the pact, run a movie theater. james holmes will be formally charged next monday. authorities say the 24-year-old is refusing to cooperate. we have the latest from colorado. >> people versus james holmes. >> this is the man who stands accused of one of the worst ever mass killings in america. james holmes appeared in court for the first time since he was arrested outside the cinema moments after the shooting. down at the wrists and ankles, he appeared groggy and showed no emotion. occasionally closing his eyes, he did seem aware of what was going on. there were reports he had styled himself as the joker, batman's evil on-screen nemesis. the charges he will face are expected to include at least 12 counts of first-degree murr. >> any violation can constitute a new criminal offense and or contempt of court. >> he has been held in solitary confinement. police said it was for his own safety and that he had not been answering questions. prosecutors are deciding whether to pursue a death penalty if convicted. >> victims will be impacted by this decisi
in the county jail are saying about suspect james holmes. >>> we are live in walnut creek where many church goers here are trying to make sense of the incident in colorado. >>> a chp officer calls for help after his patrol car is hit and shots were fired. what happened and the search for suspects this morning. . >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, july 22nd. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we will go to rosemary orozco with what we can expect. you said it was a nice one, rosemary. >> that's right. we are not going to be as hot. we have signs already this morning. a deep are marine layer and numbers are down. minor drops in temps will come when the sea breeze picks up just a bit more. it will continue as we get back into the work week. we will have the numbers for you, coming up. >>> colorado authorities are refuting reports that they are looking at a second suspect. a denver tv station said they were trying to investigate a second person in the case. they said this individual is an acquaintance of james holmes and they are trying to track down a
-old james holmes, was seeing a psychiatrist at the university of colorado in the weeks before the shooting. carol leonnig is covering this for "the washington post," and i spoke with her a short time ago. carol thank you for vote be taken by yeas and nays. you. tell us about the new informing yoinforming-- informing you have been reporting on this afternoon. >> it shows that holmes the suspect in the shooting in colorado was seeing a psychotherapist or psychologist in his university where he was a grad eighgraduate student. she was a medical director for the out patient clinic for mental health treatment for students. and she was seeing him for sometime before this tragic event. >> first of all how did this information come out? >> this information comes to us, we have been working on a lead about this exact piece of information and had been asking the university for a few days about it. it came d to light and not confirmed by the university by by a motion in a court record in which the public defender who is representing james holmes in this case argued that the information about his conn
holmes, was under a psychiatrist's care. anna werner has more from colorado. >> any questions about that -- >> in his first court appearance, james holmes appeared disconnected from his surroundings. many questioned his mental status. now a motion filed by holmes' public defender shows he was being treated by a psychiatrist from his university, dr. lynn fenton. fenton is the medical director at the university of colorado denver anschutz medical campus where holmes was a medical student. she's also the person who he sent a package to. cbs sources say the package contained a letter written by holmes that described shooting people. holmes' lawyers now say the discovery of the letter should never have been made public because it contained communications from mr. holmes to dr. fenton that mr. holmes asserts are privileged. >> meanwhile, the victims of last friday's shooting are being remembered at funerals and memorial services. one of those killed was 18-year-old a.j. boik who just graduated high school in may. those who knew him well, family and friends, attended a church service frida
-year-old james holmes appeared in a denver courtroom to hear the charges against him. observers say he appeared far more aware and alert of what was going on than his first court appearance. he's accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 but is being charged twice for each victim. 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder. the maximum under colorado law. if found guilty on all charges, holmes could face the death penalty. swreel much more on today's developments including the victims who showed up for today's hearing in 30 minutes. >>> jury selection also began today between apple and samsung, a $2.5 billion lawsuit that could change the smart phone industry. several hundred potential jurors filed into the courthouse in san jose today. the judge addressing them saying, quote, this will be an interesting case. a patent expert says it will test the boundaries that cover design and the look and final of a product. >>> california's high speed rail could one day whisk you from the bay area to las vegas. private developers are gambling on a plan to build a second bullet train
holmes will be back in court, but there will be no pictures of him this time. judge william sylvester put the hammer down. no cell phones, laptops, ipads, or audio tapes allowed either all to make sure he gets a fair trial. jim spelman is live in sev centennial, colorado, where prosecutors are about to lay o their case against him, holmes, rather. >> reporter: just over two hours holmes will make his way from the jail right here through an underground tunnel into the courthouse to hear what's bound to be a long list of charges against him. at the hearing where accused gunman james holmes is scheduled to be formally charged his attorneys will argue that a package holmes sent to a psychiatrist before the shootings is protected communication between doctor and patient. this after a weekend of mourning for victims at memorial and funeral services in ohio, illinois, and texas. for matt quinn and third generation navy man larimer who died while shielding their it girlfriends of gunfire -- >> greater love to lay down his life for friends. >> reporter: and for jessica, a budding sportscaster whos
something unusual. jaenls holmes is accused of killing 12 people in an aurora theater. today prosecutors charged him with 24 counts of murder, two for each victim. one count for premeditated murder, the other for extreme indifference to life. cameras were not allowed in the courtroom for today's hearing. what you're seeing is the original hearing. some shooting victims and dozens of family members were there. they say holmes' demeanor was different from his first court appearance. >> when we've seen him before, he looked like he was kind of spaced out or out of touch. he looked very, very alert today and very lucid as to what was going on. >> holmes said just one word out loud in the courtroom today. he answered yes when the judge asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within 35 days. >>> new tonight at 5:00, oakland police are hoping a photo will help someone identify a suspect in a recent homicide. investigators just released this photo of a wallet they say is similar to the victims. the wallet is very distinctive and has a picture of a 1000 peso note on it. the
katie holmes out and about now tom cruise that come to visit with his daughter suri for the first time since his split with holmes. more on that story. >> let's begin with the alarming incident at the airport in utah where a murder suspect was able to steal a commercial airplane. nbc's miguel almaguer is in st. george. miguel, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. the st. george airport is small. there's only about a dozen flights in and outfit here every day but this is where that pilot, who is suspected of murdering his girlfriend was found dead after a botched takeoff attempt. >> a skywest plane crashed into the parking lot around a bunch of vehicles. >> reporter: the skywest commuter jet, a popular plane, was forced out of the air tuesday. inside police discovered the body of murder suspect and skywest pilot brian hedglin. >> in the plane with an apparent self-inflicted head wound. >> reporter: overnight monday, detectives believe he used a rug to scare a barbed wire fence and walked up to the skywest jet, that seats 50, hedglin pushed open the always unlocked cockp
. >>> blackouts, suspected shooter james holmes back in court. you won't see him no cameras, n cell phones, no recording devices. why aren't you being allowed to see what's going on inside the courtroom? >>> a mistake -- dick cheney coming out swinging, being one of the few top republicans to say john mccain's pick of sarah palin as vp was a bad choice. >>> and they call her the missile, missy franklin, just 17 and already turning heads in london. the female michael phelps, as some call her, dives in today for two very crucial races. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for joining us. happy monday to you. i'm carol costello. we begin in poland this morning where just a few minutes ago mitt romney arrived on the third and final leg of his overseas trip. but it's his tough talk on iran that's still getting a lot of attention. romney says no option should be taken off the table to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. >> we must not delude ourselves into thinking containment is an option. we must lead the effort to prevent iran from building and possessin
details about the suspect. his lawyers revealing, james holmes was seeing a psychiatrist, even as police say he was plotting to commit mass murder. our report tonight from nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: one after the other, the victims shot dead for the simple reason that they chose to see a movie have been laid to rest. rebecca, a local mother of two in her own home town. >> rebecca was full of life and light. >> reporter: matt mcquinn buried in ohio. john layer more in illinois. >> my heart is breaking and i will miss him. >> reporter: a.j. remembered in aurora. jonathan to be buried. jessica brought home to san antonio. >> you don't know how long you have here. >> reporter: for the 58 victims who were shot but survived, including steven barton now back home in connecticut, these are days spent healing. >> i was holding on to my neck to staunch the bleeding. >> reporter: and reflecting on what brought them to this theater at just the wrong time. a theater whose owners are now offering to pay funeral expenses for those killed. for barton and boyhood pals, it was a bicycle trip to disco
in the newsroom, notes on a massacre suspected shooter james holmes apparently detailing his attack in writing and sending it to his university. diagrams, drawings, illustrations. this morning, new details and new questions about what happened last friday night. >>> jackson family shocker. the family matriarch, katherine, is alive and well and back from arizona this morning, now devastated by losing temporary custody of michael's kids. >>> does green really turn into gold? cities around the world clamor to host the olympics. millions of dollars turn into promises of new buildings, millns of tourists, and a global audience. but is it true, is hosting the games actually bad business? >>> and deep-fried controversy. chicago the latest city to block chi chick-fil-a from coming to town. >> chick-fil-a's values are not chicago's values. >>> boston, jim henson, and now rahm emanuel joining the list against chick fill a. and now rick santorum is standing by chick-fil-a. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for joining us this morning. i'm carol costello. we begin with new d
morning to you. >> reporter: the suspect 24-year-old james holmes has been in solitary confinement since his arrest on friday. he'll be in the courthouse for the arraignment. police say he is the man responsible for the massacre and ripping apart the city. they gathered by the thousands, shed tears for the victims. >> we will remember you. we will other than you by celebrating life. >> reporter: candles were lit for the 58 who were injured. the names read of the 12 who died with a vow to never forget. >> this is our community. this is our city. you only find hope and peace here. >> reporter: sunday the president arrived in colorado meeting with the family of the victims, the president heard many firsthand accounts and then told the story of two young women he met, stephanie davies who helped save the life of her friend after she had been shot in the neck. >> stephanie, 21 years old, had the presence of mind to drop down on the ground with her, pull her out of the aisle, place her fingers over where she -- where allie had been wounded, apply pressure the whole time while the gunman was sh
believed to be from shooting suspect james holmes, full of details about his plans for a massacre. there's so many questions about when it was received and could it have prevented the shooting. >> it was sent to a college psychiatrist. >>> and serious scare for baseball great cal ripken jr., his mother held at gunpoint held for almost 24 hour, and her kidnapper is still on the loose. >> thank fully she is all right. >> and dangerous weather across the country. sam is tracking it all. good morning, sam. >> good morning. robin, good morning. george. after this bigtime summer heat goes on and on, the only thing break the heat are the storms. sometimes the storms are more dangerous than the heat as well. this is in the last 24 hours. right around the great lakes and plains. where the heat was during the day yesterday. more than 200 storm reports. just to remind you here, we're talking about, even at night, we're getting these flashes of lightning and what that lightning can do to a home like in wisconsin yesterday. hitting a house, setting it on fire right in the middle of that field. today,
, new information about the split between tom cruise and katie holmes. how she pulled off her exit and why cruise may be under enormous pressure to settle the case quickly. >>> we're also going to tell you about a risque outfit that is turning some heads, not for women and not really for teens. this is a onesie for babies featuring the outline of a woman in a bikini. does it go too far or do its critics just need to find a sense of humor? we are going to get to that debate as well. >>> all right, let's get started, though, with the nasty heat wave that's keeping a lot of the nation sweltering now. it's been going on for weeks. is there an end in sight? nbc's michelle franzen is in new york's central park this morning with the latest. michelle, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, lester. no end in sight, at least today here in new york city and along the east coast. many people here in central park getting a jump-start on their exercise before triple-digit temperatures are expected to move in today. here in central park, the heat index will feel even hotter with all this
about them at this point. . >>reporter: james holmes has been planning this for months. . this individual, in my opinion is a cold, calculating and murder. >> 12 people died and nearly 60 were hurt from this suspected the gunmen opened fire tear meat midnight showin shooting. . >> kids. mothers, fathers. they are dead. >> authorities have not publicly discussed a motive he is expected to appear in court today. for this community and many want to focus on the stories of courage, strength and not on evil or despair. and our rob their o rin aurora, colorado www.kron4.com. t mobile heavily.president obama and arrd in the bay area about 815 reggie kumar was there for the arrival. >>reporter:airforce one i arrived about one hour late. spending extra time in aurora, colorado. security was tight. once the president made its final turn the commander in chief exited and he waved. you walked down the stairs to his motorcade. he will spend sunday night in the san francisco his first event will be monday in reno, nev. word he will speak to the veterans of foreign wars. reggie kumar,
'll be meeting with the shooting victims and their families. >>> the accused gunman, 24-year-old james holmes, will make his first court appearance tomorrow. this weekend, bomb squads cleared his booby trapped apartment of all explosives. police say holmes left a trail of evidence in his home. it is being sent to an fbi lab in quantico, virginia. they say the evidence suggests holmes may have been planning the attack for months. >>> an iconic statue honoring the late penn state football coach joe paterno is gone. it came under fire following a report on penn state and the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal. the ncaa says it will hold a press conference tomorrow morning to announce sanctions against the university. >>> coming up at 2:00 eastern time today, i'll talk to a colorado representative who has some ideas as to why shooting suspect james holmes was able to allegedly plot this massacre without notice. now back to "fareed zakaria gps". >> cairo's tahrir square was the iconic epicenter of the arab spring. for weeks now, demonstrators in asia have been gathering in what is known as republica
in sight. >>> how nasty will it get? tom cruise and katie holmes at odds just days after she filed for divorce. why did she do it in new york? is she worried she's being followed? did scientology play a role in the split? we'll have new details. >>> elation and heartbreak, the u.s. olympic team rounding out its members with an exciting weekend of gymnastic, swimming and track and field trials. and there will be more drama for a spot in london, an unprecedented runoff today, july 2nd, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this monday morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm willie geist in for matt. natalie, look at some of these weekend temperatures. 108 in memphis, 107 in birmingham, 113 in columbia, south carolina. it just keeps going. the commute is shaping up to be a trying one for millions of people in the storm battled mid-atlantic. >> a lot of people suffering. officials saying it could take emergency crews to restore power for people who have been in the dark since saturday up to two weeks. power outages have smashed records coast-to-
holmes. jim, first, have they cleared all of the explosives from that apartment? >> reporter: yeah. after nearly two days, they have, candy. take a look at this. you see a broken window on the third floor. this is not the unit where james holmes lived. he lived back on the third floor farther. they did this to several of the windows in this building as they tried to figure out a way to get in. there was a trip wire on the door to the apartment described by police as designed to kill the first person who went through. and holmes had set up, police say, a timer to play loud techno music, perhaps hoping that somebody would make a noise complaint, police would come, open the door, and be hurt. there was not only ieds inside the apartment but incendiary devices that would have caused fire. now that they've removed that stuff, they can continue processing this for evidence as they build their criminal case against jail holmmes holmes. candy? >> we know that president obama is going to visit there this afternoon. what can you tell us about that trip? >> reporter: yeah, he'll land later this afte
holmes. the papers reference a package holmes reportedly sent to that doctor. the motion did not reveal when holmes began seeing the doctor nor whether he was being treated for a mental illness. he is scheduled to be arraigned on monday. >>> illinois congressman jesse jackson announced he is entering the mayo clinic for evaluation of depression and gastrointestinal issues. rumors have swirled whi he took a leave of absence last month. his family has only said they are there to love and support him. >>> in just a moment, mitt romney's olympics gaffe, how much will it matter to undecided voters here at home. >>> what's the news that couldn't help president obama's re-election hopes. stay with us. ♪ ovider is different but centurylink is committed to being a different kind of communications company by continuing to help you do more and focus on the things that matter to you. it's your teenager's first varsity game. it isn't just your annual exam. it's your daughter's wedding. did you know with your health insurance you may now have some preventive benefits with no co-pays or out-of-pocke
" is mariah carey. we will get into that story, but we want to begin with the news of james holmes who is the man accused of the movie massacre in colorado friday. yesterday he had a bizarre court appearance and we go to kate in colorado. >> good morning, savannah. the last time anyone saw james holmes, he was wearing military garb and body armor and armed to the gills. yesterday when we saw him in that courtroom, the 24-year-old young man looked a lot different and as the judge read him his rights, he barely seemed to respond at all. >> call the "people versus james holmes" -- >> reporter: with his hair dyed orange, james holmes sat shackled sitting silent next to his public defender. mike taibbi was in the courtroom. >> you could hear a pin drop as james holmes walked into the courtroom. not engaging anybody or reacting. >> reporter: throughout the 11-minute hearing, holmes never spoke and seeming to nod off, glaring, and staring blankly and sometimes looking quizzically and leaving many legal experts to think about a insane defense. >> the question is were you insane when you commit
with katie holmes. more on that visit in just a few moments. >> a little private visit. >>> we begin on a wednesday morning with that alarming incident at an airport in utah where a murder suspect was able to steal a commercial airplane. miguel almaguer is in st. george. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. this is where that pilot, who is is accused of murdering his girlfriend, was found dead before a botched takeoff. >> a skywest plane crashed into the parking lot around a bunch of vehicles. inside police discovered the body of murder suspect and skywest pilot brian hedglin. >> deceased in the plane from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. >> reporter: overnight monday, detectives believe he used a rug scale a bashed wire fence and then walked up to the skywest jet parked at the gate, one that seats 50. he pushed open the cockpit door, fired up the engines and began to taxi away from the terminal. >> at that time, his left wing clipped the jet bridge. probably making it inoperable. >> reporter: hedglin didn't get fire. he tore through the wall airport security f
knight rises" may never open again. there and at the apartment home of suspect james holmes, front-runners and fbi agents continued the collection of evidence. they will also pour over the records of the medical college where holmes had been a phd candidate before dropping out, supported by a 26,000 federal stipend. school officials wouldn't say whether the suspect might have used thousands of those taxpayer dollars for the arsenal police say he assembled. >> the national standard for supplying living stipends for phd students so they could devote 100% of their efforts to research. >> reporter: nbc confirmed he connected on one dating site, called classic jim, said sole penetrating eyes were his best future. and a question for any potential matches, will you visit me in prison? after the world got a first look at holmes in court there was a spike in gun applications, a 43% spike in the week before the massacre. >> when i showed up, about 40 people standing outside waiting to get in. >> reporter: there were hopeful signs of renewal. katie medley in the theater gave birth to hugo jac
new evidence, evidence that could make their case even stronger. on the same day that james holmes sat in silence in a colorado courtroom, his written words were speaking volumes to investigators. monday a haz-mat team descended on the university of colorado's campus, where law enforcement sources say holmes told police to look for a package he had sent to a psychiatrist. a law enforcement source now tells nbc news the package contained writings from holmes about, quote, killing people. the university confirms it received a package monday after the shooting. the documents could prove crucial to the case against holmes, according to a former federal prosecutor. >> to the extent he put in these packages his plans to kill people, that's called evidence of premeditation. and then the only issue is was he mentally ill when he sent that package. was he ill enough to be legally insane? maybe not. or was he ill enough to avoid at least the death penalty? >> reporter: holmes, seen here in 2006 at a science summer camp, was a neuroscience grad student who had spent his short academic life studyi
was under psychiatric care. we've learned that james holmes was being treated by a university psychiatrist. anna werner is in colorado. the u.s. economy slows sharply, raising the risk of a new recession. rebecca jarvis has the latest numbers. the olympics get off to a ringing start, and mitt romney get caught up in it, in the traffic, that is. mark phillips is in london. and request "on the road" with a champion broadcaster. >> here's one. >> pelley: steve hartman with the sound and the story. >> reporter: you reported on 9/11. >> yes. >> reporter: pearl harbor. >> yes. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. most everyone who saw james holmes in court on monday wondered about his mental state or whether he was medicated. he looked like he didn't know he was there. he wasn't following the conversation, and when the judge asked hem a question, holmes' wy
shooting suspect james holmes lived. this is the first time they have been allowed back since the building was evacuated almost a week ago. a author si say that holmes booby trap ed the apartment with homemade grenades and gasoline. there are reports that a letter was found inside of a package apparently sent by holmes. according to the cbs news, the letter talked about shooting people. the package was discovered in the mailroom at the university of colorado. >>> in syria, the city of aleppo is bracing itself for major all out offensive on a rebel strongholstron strongho stronghold, and there are clashes through the country today leaving 91 people dead with 19 of them in aleppo. >>> and then there is lots of excitement as you watch the torch there going through its last route of london. the golden torch making its victory lap so to speak. you are looking here at the millennium bridge. it is one of the iconic sites where the flame is being carried. the torchbearers took a pass through trafalgar square a short time ago and just past the prime min ster's residence at 10 downing street, and th
butterfly. >>> in other news this morning, colorado shooting suspect james holmes is in court as prosecutors file formal charges against him. legal experts say holmes will not face additional charges after a pregnant woman wounded in the shooting suffered a miscarriage over the weekend. central to the case will likely be the case of whether or not holmes is sane. >>> republican presidential mitt romney arrives in poland on the final leg of his overseas trip. this weekend in israel he took a stand against iran saying the u.s. should support military action against iran. he's getting harsh criticism for his comments about jerusalem. >>> a woman who kidnapped an infant girl from a new york city hospital in 1987 then raised the child as her own faces sentencing today. prosecutors have recommended that ann pedway serve 10 to 12 1/2 years in prison. "the dark knight rises" won the weekend box office holding onto the top spot with $64 million. "ice age continental drift" came in second with $13 million and "the watch" came in third. a dozen thrill seekers got more than they paid for sunday when the
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